Question about 2009 Jaguar X-Type 2.2
It is located under the bonnet at rear of r/h inner wing after fitting new filter you have to bleed the system by drawing fuel up to the filter by using a syringe or similar on the filter outlet pipe stub or on the pipe coming back from the high pressure pump to the filter. DO NOT TRY AND START ENGINE UNTIL THIS HAS BEEN DONE YOU WILL GET AIR IN THE HIGH PRESSURE SIDE.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: X type diesel oil filter
Hi, the oil filter is a paper element item in a plastic housing, under the car on the front RHS of the engine. You need a end cap filter wrench to undo it. I've tried a set i borrowed and couldn't find one to fit. I had to make a tool in the end by taking a bolt with a head to match the hex shaped piece at the bottom of the housing and wleded bits of flat steel to it. You could use a correctly sized socket (24-26mm?) but be careful not to break it!! Also make sure you locate the O-ring for the filter correctly.
Posted on Apr 27, 2009
The system needs to be primed. Most cars just to be turned over several times for the fuel to work it's way back to fuel rail. If you cant fill the filter with fuel before installing it you may be able to crack your inctor lines just enough to allow a small amount of fuel to be released while you have someone crank the engine. do each cylinder one at a time. be sure to tighten each line after you get a little fuel out of it. that would be the only way i know. i was a heavy equipment mechanic assistant and thats how we have to do them.
Posted on Jul 10, 2009
SOURCE: jag diesel o5 engine fault
Hi Without seeing exactly what your looking at ,you need to try and find the vacumn pipes going to the control valve and carefully lok to see they are conected and that there are no splits in the pipes,if the pipes and mechanically sound then you probably have a fault valve,try running your finger around the valve to see if the hissing noise changes.
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Posted on Jul 10, 2009
This is down to the way the vehicle is driven, if you are doing a lot of short stop start journeys the dpf will fill up a lot quicker than when driven on a motorway.
If you have an amber light and 'DPF FULL' displayed you can do a particle filter regeneration. To carry out a regeneration the vehicle must be driven on a motorway at around 60mph for approx 20 mins to carry out re-gen, there will also be a burning smell when this is complete.
If you have a red light and 'DPF FULL' displayed then there may be a fault which will require investigation.
Posted on Sep 16, 2009
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